byNorth Carolina. State Board of Health; Public Affairs Committee
Nine to Get Ready: Newborn Care (1966) Dr. Margaret Mead, anthropologist of the American Museum of Natural History, presents a pictorial record of the rapid transition of the island-dwelling people of New Guinea from the stone age to the threshold of modern civilization, with a particular study of the sea-dwelling Manus tribe of the Admiralty Islands. Shows how the anthropologist goes about his work, usinlives of different peoples as laboratories in which to study how human culture is developed... Topics: Prenatal care, Prenatal care
Nine Months to Get Ready Prenatal Care (1965) Shows that the four-year-old is able to play cooperatively and to undertake responsibility for specific tasks. Looks at dependence on perceptual judgements and easy confusion about number and language quantity, and at various play situations in nursery school. From the Springs of Learning series. Topic: Prenatal Care
byNewacheck, Paul; National Governors' Association. Health Policy Studies; United States. Bureau of Health Care Delivery and Assistance; United States. Bureau of Maternal and Child Health and Resources Development
Supported by Bureau of Health Care Delivery and Assistance and Bureau of Maternal and Child Health and Resources Development, Health Resources and Services Administration, Public Health Service cooperative agremeent CSU-110001-01-0 Topics: Poor women, Poor children, Maternal health services, Prenatal care, Child health services,...
byDutton, Benson L; United States. Health Care Financing Administration. Office of Research and Demonstrations; United States. Health Care Financing Administration. Office of Research; Missouri. State Center for Health Statistics
"HCFA Grant No. 11-P-98305, Missouri Department of Social Services, Division of Health, State Center for Health Statistics"--Title page verso Topics: Prenatal care, Medicaid, Birth weight, Low, Prenatal Care, Medicaid, Infant, Low Birth Weight Source: special